Chapter 11-12 Vocabulary
1) MALICE: The desire to see another suffer (http:/teacher2b.com/strategies/vocab1.htm)
The word malice is used to describe how Roger Chillingworth feels after he views the chest of
Mr. Dimmesdale during Dimmesdales sleep. Roger,
Questions: Chapters 13-15
Why does Hawthorne use phrases such as a secret sting of remorse and [deadly]
venom to describe the effect that the sin of adultery is having on Dimmesdale?
When Chillingworth tells Hester that a counci
Answer: Chapters 13-15
Hawthorne uses phrases such as a secret sting of remorse and [deadly] venom to
describe the effect that the sin of adultery is having on Dimmesdale because he is
comparing Dimmesdales sin to a snakes bite.
The Scarlet Letter Chapters 16-19 Text Analysis
The light lingered about the lonely child, as if glad of such a playmate, until her mother had
drawn almost nigh enough to step into the magic circle too.
As [Hester] attempted to do so, the sunshine vanishe
The Scarlet Letter Chapters 7-8 Text Analysis
[Pearl] resembled, in her fierce pursuit of [her enemies], an infant pestilence the scarlet fever,
or some such half-fledged angel of judgment whose mission was to punish the sins of the rising
Mrs. Jankiewicz Period
William Yeats was also a part of two major literary movements during the time when he
was a poet: the Modernism Movement and the Irish Revival Movement. The Modernism
Movement was a critical literary movement that
One of Yeats most famous and well recognized poems is The Second Coming. In this
poem, Yeats is writing about how he believes that a revelation is at hand. However, he sees the
revelation as a very dark subject. To describe this dark and
The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats
William Butler Yeats, an active member of both the Modernist and Irish Revival
Movements, is seen as one of the most widely known and respected poetic geniuses of his time.
He was made popular through
Chapter 22-24 Vocabulary
EFFERVESCENCE: To show enthusiasm, excitement, liveliness, etc.
The word effervescence is used to describe Pearls mood the morning of the Election